John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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There were the prerequisites for a good film finally politically incorrect, but family squabbles prevailed.
The directing is so ridiculous as to be an outrage at the Ukrainian genocide.
Current and affluent teens also cry. It is a good that they too are freed from superomistic delusions of omnipotence and recognize their constitutive fragility, vulnerability, infirmity. It is a bad thing that the director confines this in the context of a specific medical pathology instead of making it a (so far) inescapable universal discourse. Superfluous the winks to Harlow's psychology and Shakespearean dramedy, and annoying the superficial ideological approach ("life is short, enjoy it").
A few flicker, but it never really lights up.